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UK aids Nakanyonyi girl’s school

By Vision Reporter

Added 7th November 2005 03:00 AM

A SAMARITAN group from United Kingdom under the Mud Venture club has joined hands with Nakanyonyi Girl’s School in Mafubira sub-county, Jinja district to construct the school a laboratory.

A SAMARITAN group from United Kingdom under the Mud Venture club has joined hands with Nakanyonyi Girl’s School in Mafubira sub-county, Jinja district to construct the school a laboratory.

By Kibuuka Lumu
A SAMARITAN group from United Kingdom under the Mud Venture club has joined hands with Nakanyonyi Girl’s School in Mafubira sub-county, Jinja district to construct the school a laboratory.

The director of the school, John Richards Isabirye, said recently that they had budgeted the construction work at shl2Om but the Mud Venture club members had come in to offer free labour for the construction.

Mud Venture club are students from universities and tertiary institutions from United Kingdom (UK).

Isabirye said the club would also offer free services in various schools in Jinja district.
“Lack of a laboratory has been the major problem this school has been facing but I would like to commend the Mud Venture club for offering their energy and money to construct it for us,” Isabirye, the former headmaster of Kiira College Butiki, said while speaking to journalists at the school recently.

He added that the school had entered into environment conservation, under which it has planted over 100 acres of eucalyptus trees in Mafubira sub-county.
Nakanyonyi Girl’s School is a privately owned secondary school. It is among the best secondary schools in Busoga kingdom.

The school has an enrolment of 1,200 students.

UK aids Nakanyonyi girl’s school

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